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Special Halloween Tea 'Women in Business' Roundtable Event at the Southern Ocean Chamber

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Credits: Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce
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SHIP BOTTOM - The Southern Ocean County Chamber of Commerce will host their October "Women in Business" Roundtable Discussion event on Tuesday October 31 at 10 a.m.

This month's meeting is a special "Halloween Tea" and will be held at their headquarters, located at 265 West 9th Street in Ship Bottom. 

This meeting will be sponsored by WBNJ and feature guest speaker Arlene Schragger of ADS Public Relations. Schragger will discuss the topic of "Understanding the Difference Between PR and Marketing." 

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All women doing business in the Long Beach Island region are invited and encouraged to join this special Halloween Tea event. 

For more information on the Women in Business or other programs offered by the 103 year old business organization, please go to www.visitLBIregion.com or stop by their visitor center at 265 W Ninth St Ship Bottom.

You can also follow their social media pages: @southernoceanchamber or @LBIregion.

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